Check out a story from Tha Bigg Boss Dogg while he was on tour with Dr. Dre bacc in tha day…
Snoop Dogg, Eminem and Common are among the contributors to Tupac Remembered: Bearing Witness to a Life and Legacy, a new book to be released in February of 2008. Tupac Remembered will feature interviews and first hand accounts from a wide range of rap artists and celebrity notables detailing their memories and personal experiences with
Rappers Snoop Dogg, Talib Kweli, De La Soul and numerous others will be among those hitting the stage to perform at the first ever social Justice, Arts and Music (J.A.M.) awards in New York City.
The event, which is scheduled to take place Nov. 29 at the Hammerstein Ballroom, is a joint venture between the Jam Master Jay (JMJ) Foundation, EPOPInternational, adidas and New York radio station Hot 97.
“These unique awards are built on our efforts to promote social justice, arts and music (J.A.M.),
VH1 will once again honor the hip hop pioneers and legends that have made significant contributions to music and pop culture with the fourth annual “VH1 Hip Hop Honors.” Hosted by Tracy Morgan, this year’s honorees include A Tribe Called Quest, Snoop Dogg, Missy Elliott, WHODINI, the film Wild Style, and Teddy Riley and Andre Harrell for New Jack Swing.
For more info on VH1 Hip Hop Honors and a full list of VH1 Hip Hop Honors Weekend events in NYC, go to hiphop.vh1.com. And to watch a compilation of Snoop
The highly anticipated second season of Aaron McGruder
On October 1 VH1 will premier Bridging The Gap, a new series that depicts two artists from different eras recording a track together. In the first two episodes, Eve will link with Queen Latifah and The Game will collaborate with Snoop Dogg. Each episode will feature both sets of artists sitting down for lunch prior to hitting the studio where they will have one day to produce a finished track. The artists involved will also discuss their lives, their careers and their influences on each other. Bridging the Gap featuring Game and Snoop airs this Monday, October 1st on VH1 at 11:30pm.